Ford Ranger received a version for outdoor activities from the studio HellwigMarch 19, 2020
Atelier Hellwig introduced the performance of the American Ford Ranger for outdoor activities. A medium-sized pickup truck received everything necessary for the full existence of two people away from civilization.
Overlanding or autonomous travel to remote areas has never been more popular. For lovers of such a vacation, the Hellwig studio created a highly modified version of the mid-size Ford Ranger truck – they called their project Rachable Adventure or Achievable Adventure. The car was shown as part of the SEMA 2019 tuning exhibition and has a price tag of $ 80,000.
As a basis for their project, the Hellwig studio took a 2019 Ford Ranger pickup in the XLT version, which costs about $ 35,000 in an all-wheel drive version.
Further, a team of engineers added the Icon Vehicle Dynamics Stage 5 suspension system, combined with its own forged, adjustable Hellwig rear crossbeams and EZ-990 leaf springs. The installation provides the ability to adjust the vehicle’s ground clearance to 88.9 cm. In addition, the Ford Ranger received 17-inch Icon Alloys rims wrapped in 33.8-inch Falken Wildpeak all-terrain tires.
The Yakima cargo platform stand and Tepui HyBox roof top provide travelers with reliable shelter and additional attachment points for storing their belongings. Body modifications include the Addictive Desert Designs front and rear bumpers, as well as the Rigid Industries light bar that shines forward. The Trail kitchen and ARB fridge are mounted on a platform-mounted drawer, while the Goal Zero Yeti 1400 power station with solar panels charges the necessary equipment. Other fun and functional additions include fuel cans, a Krazy Beaver shovel, and specialized electric mountain bikes.
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